February 22, 1980

Today In History

Miracle on Ice |Winter Olympics | Lake Placid, NY

On February 22, 1980, the United States Olympic hockey team pulled off one of the greatest upsets in sports history, defeating the Soviet Union, 4-3.

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Larry Bird scores 60 points vs. Atlanta Hawks in 1985
The Steel Curtain Defense in the 1970's
Song of the Day
Bob Dylan | Mr. Tambourine Man | Live at the Newport Folk Festival | 1964
Dance Music from the 1960s
Explore America
SAN ANTONIO - The Alamo

Beautiful Sounds

Emmy Lou Harris

Glen Frey

John Denver

Crosby, Stills, and Nash

Olivia Newton John

Emmy Lou Harris

Glen Frey

John Denver

Crosby, Stills, and Nash

Olivia Newton John

TV Show of the Day
Rowan & Martin Laugh In TV Show
CLASSIC MOVIE SCENE | The Swordfight | Tony Curtis in the Great Race
Harvard defeats Yale 29-29 in 1968
HARVARD WINS 29-29! - Saturday, November 23, 1968 Both Harvard and Yale brought undefeated 8-0 records into “The Game”. Yale held a seemingly insurmountable lead, 29-13 with 3:30 remaining in the fourth quarter. In those final minutes, Harvard was able to score cutting the Yale lead to 29-21, and with 42 seconds remaining, Harvard recovered an onside kick, and quarterback Frank Champi was able to orchestrate a drive downfield into the end zone for a touchdown. He then threw a strike to Pete Varney to complete the two-point conversion, and, with time expiring, Harvard tied the game at 29. Both Harvard and Yale finish with identical 8-0-1 records.
Interview of the Day
In this rare clip from June 1967, actor Leonard Nimoy (Spock) is interviewed
Arriving in to Ellis Island and America
A Movie Star Emerges - John Wayne Stars in the movie Big Trail - 1930
A Star Emerges John Wayne Stars in The Big Trail - 1930 Breck, played by a new emerging star John Wayne leads a wagon train of pioneers through Indian attack, storms, deserts, swollen rivers, down cliffs to their destiny out west while looking for the murder of a trapper and falling in love with Ruth ( played by Marguerite Churchill ). The plot is not much, but the cinema photography and direction make it an exciting movie. Raoul Walsh, the director said about his new star, John Wayne: "He stepped down off his horse and gave me that lopsided grin which was to become one of his trademarks. How did I do, Mr Walsh? He was confident in himself by this time and looked as if he knew the answer... My leading man had made a fine frontiersman. His acting was instinctive, so that he became whatever or whoever he was playing. There is a lot of pride in the knowledge that I discovered a winner".

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The were the BEST in their Time

Wayne Gretzky

Herschel Walker

Mary Lou Retton

Mark Spitz

Bart Starr

Wayne Gretzky

Herschel Walker

Mary Lou Retton

Mark Spitz

Bart Starr

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